Enter the immersive world of Yayoi Kusama's infinity art
To infinity mirrors and beyond
As Yayoi Kusama nears her 90th year, she has become one of the most important living artists in Japan. Though her work involves painting, sculpture, film, and performance, she’s gained massive international fame through her immersive Infinity Mirror Room installations, quickly becoming the biggest-selling female artist in the world despite nearly being written out of history some years ago.
Check out this gallery to see how—using polka dots, pumpkins, lights, and mirrors—this unlikely star is smashing attendance records at museums all over the world.
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